Re: Fun with Capgeek
posted at 5/18/2012 11:11 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Fun with Capgeek
[QUOTE]OK, I don't mind playing fantasy GM. I traded Thomas and Pouliot for Purcell and a pick. I signed Jagr and Campbell at slight raises from last year, McDermit is the spare forward, Krug and Hamilton battling for the 6th D. Rask is signed for $3.5. This 22 man roster is against your estimated $68mil cap, but the Marc Savard removal gives a total of $4.6 in space, so there is room for call ups or late season acquisitions - and more importantly wiggle room for next year's RFA's. I love the idea of a "3rd" line of Purcell-Seguin-Jagr, which based on last year's stats would actually be the highest scoring line. Roster Size Salary Cap Salary Cap Payroll Bonuses Salary Cap Space 22 $68,000,000 $63,313,333 $4,437,500 $4,686,667 Left Wingers Centers Right Wingers Milan Lucic $4,083,333 David Krejci $5,250,000 Nathan Horton $4,000,000 Brad Marchand $2,500,000 Patrice Bergeron $5,000,000 Rich Peverley $3,250,000 Teddy Purcell $2,362,500 EL Tyler Seguin $2,650,000 $3,550,000 Jaromir Jagr EL Jordan Caron $200,000 $1,100,000 Gregory Campbell Shawn Thornton $1,100,000 Lane MacDermid Left Defense Right Defense Zdeno Chara $6,916,667 Johnny Boychuk $3,366,667 Dennis Seidenberg $3,250,000 Adam McQuaid $1,566,667 Andrew Ference $2,250,000 EL Dougie Hamilton $737,500 $1,525,000 EL Torey Krug $850,000 $1,704,167 Goaltenders Anton Khudobin $875,000 Tuukka Rask Buyouts Patrick Eaves $258,333
Posted by OatesCam[/QUOTE]
Nice team OC. I see you are still standing behind your TT for Purcell idea which I support. Not sold on the 2012 post-season Jagr but I respect what he has done in his whole body of work. Being on the B's would mean he is not expected to carry the offensive load of the team and that may benefit him.
One issue though, your bonuses almost equal your available cap space. If there is no bonus carryover (overage) in the new CBA this team will, in fact have no cap space. Just nitpicking though. Good job.